How Feeling Guilty About Your Food Makes It Toxic

You know, there are times when the only thing that makes sense is a rich chocolate brownie smothered in vanilla ice cream (and maybe a little swirl of chocolate syrup on top). It makes everything right with the world, until it’s gone. Then, if you’re like most women, you get …

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7 Simple Ways Women Can Fight the Middle-Aged Spread

Are your jeans fitting a little tighter? Have you noticed more flesh hanging over the belt-line? If so, you may be suffering from what is often called the “middle-age spread.” And no, it’s not all your fault. There are definite changes that occur at middle age that compel the body …

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Women Who Cop This Attitude Live Longer!

American philosopher and psychologist William James said, “Pessimism leads to weakness, optimism to power.” It’s a quote that makes sense to most American women. We’re a positive nation on the whole, and believe in having hope for the future. We know that if we can approach each day with an …

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3 Scientifically Backed Reasons Why Women Need Pets

Want to relieve stress, get more active, reduce your risk of heart disease, and enjoy a longer, healthier life? All you have to do is get a pet, according to scientists. They can provide all these health benefits and more. Most women don’t need convincing. According to a FemiNation poll …

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How to Be a Healthier, Happier, Better-Balanced Woman

If you could take a pill that would help reduce your risk of heart disease, strengthen your muscles and bones, improve your mood, boost immunity, support mental function, and ease anxiety, would you take it? Not a hard question, right? Most women would jump at the chance to easily improve …

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4 Ways Your Job is Hurting Your Health—and How to Fight Back

Women often view their jobs as their lifelines. Not only is the paycheck critical to our survival, but the daily interpersonal interaction, professional challenges, and potential for growth are central to our mental and emotional well being. It’s no wonder, then, that we spend so much time working. A 2016 …

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Five Unusual Ways to Relieve Stress that Really Work

The American Psychological Association (APA) showed in their last “Stress in America” survey that stress continues to affect us, with overall stress levels increasing from 2014 to 2015, and more people reporting extreme levels of stress. Money and work continue to be the top two sources of stress, affecting more …

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Your Brain On Yoga

Yoga, yoga, everywhere. It’s in your magazines, on your YouTube playlist, in your favorite sitcom and definitely in a class near you. Your friends do it and so do all the celebrities. From yoga pants to yoga bumper stickers – it’s hard to avoid the yoga craze. Will your New …

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5 Reasons To Have an Orgasm Today

You exercise, brush your teeth and get enough sleep. You try to eat right, you take your vitamins and you manage your stress. Your health is a priority to you and you are doing all you can to keep on top of it. But have you considered having more sex? …

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What Debbie Reynold’s Passing Has to Teach Us about Grief

She danced and sang her way into our hearts in Singin’ in the Rain, and went on to win the National Board of Review Best Supporting Actress in 1956 for her role in The Catered Affair. She brought Molly Brown to life in The Unsinkable Molly Brown, for which she …

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